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riders, eight state, one cause. it is called pedaling for patriots. a bike ride for fallen cia officers. the story is coming up. >>> president obama spent part of his labor day holiday on the road. the $50 billion proposal he's rolling out to spark the economy. >>> and did you hear about this makeover mishap? why a new rug in the oval office is causing a quote  my grandparents, they had a huge garden, with tomatoes and cucumbers and green beans. nothing beats the taste of fruits and vegetables in the summer. they're juicier. more colorful. they're perfect. that's why at giant, you'll find farm-stand quality fruits and vegetables, at prices you'll love. this week, enjoy whole seedless watermelon, $3.88 each, and select summer fruits, 2 for $4. my grandfather would be very proud, and that works for me. celebrate summer, every time you shop with your giant card. >>> a quote on the oval office rug is incorrect. here's a look at the rug itself. king cited parker in his speeches and that's leakily the cause of the misquote. it is also has quotes from lincoln, roosevelt and jfk. >>> pre
ahead. i'm listening. >> it's an account of your cia training. >> we're not going to get into that. >> why not? >> we're not going to get into that. >> i got a copy of it. >> yeah, but we're not going to get into it. >> why not? >> we're just simply not going to get into that. >> by his account, wayne was fresh out of high school, just 18 years old, when he was approached by an associate of an old world war ii spy living in the atlanta area and was initiated into a secret world. you're not going to answer a single question on this? >> no, ma'am. >> is it fake? is it fictional writing? >> no. >> did you work for the cia? >> we're not going to get into that. >> in these pages he said he spent his summer weekends in those woods learning how to handle plastic explosives, hand grenades and something even more chilling. so i'll do the talking part and you can answer what part of it you want. you write how you fired rifles, submachine guns, handled assault weapons, grenade launchers, c-4, learned unarmed combat techniques through this training group over weekends. is it true or is it fals
have so many troops in the book, i lay out this new secret army the c.i.a. has. 3,000 man army that. is a potent force, very best trained afghans under the control of the c.i.a. with all the intelligence gathering apparatus, all the troops we have here. >> bill: but we're not cutting them down yet. i think we will. last question, obama really -- you left it at the end of the book where he wasn't that thrilled with you. he just said hey, bob, we'll see you around. >> yeah. he said -- started the interview, you're on the clock. but at the end, i was surprised he said to me, you had better sources than i do. >> bill: that's not good. >> that's not confidence building. and then he said, have you ever thought of being director of national intelligence or director of the c.i.a.? >> bill: he told me did i ever think about playing in the nba. that's what the guy does. bob woodward. it's a top inch read. thank you. >> thank you. >> bill: president obama lashes fox news in a rolling stone magazine. what is he doing in rolling stone? didn't they kill his general? later, the obama administratio
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. >> it is oprah's week to end her farewell season with a bang. plus, two c.i.a. spies retire from the force after falling in love and now the duo is thrust back into the world of espionage. a preview on nbc's "undercovers" live with the shows stars. >> and taking a look at a nice dry doplar. going to be a gorgeous weekend around baltimore. right now, 74 at the air >> now your weather forecast with saundra shaw. >> stop what you're doing and take a look at new york city. this is in the three burrows that were affected by a tornado like down burst. wind of 70-100 miles per hour toppled trees over. there was one fatality. a woman who was in her car tried to get out of the rain and the tree just crashed into her car. so, a major event in new york with the severe storm. we did see some rain with this frontal system but all the energy was well to our north. fortunately nothing like that here. but they're still recovering and cleaning up near manhattan. we're dealing with a few little clouds. all the energy is way off show and it continues to move to the east. so high pressure is going to build in behin
are predicting big losses for democrats. the timing could not be more crucial. >>> the cia is intensifying missile attacks against militants in pakistan. they have heard of a new plan to target the multiple countries including the u.k., france, and germany. if 20 drawn strikes have been launched by the c.eia in the pat months. -- drone attacks. >>> 20 insurgents have been killed in a day of hard fighting. u.s. soldiers are now controlling is they had never been to before. commanders have taken away the homemade bombs from the taliban. >>> former alaska senator ted stevens will be laid to rest this afternoon at arlington national cemetery. the 86-year olds died last month in a plane crash in a remote part of alaska. four others were killed. four survived. he was the longest-serving u.s. senator as a republican, representing alaska four decades. >>> metro is closing farragut west and mcpherson square stations over the of columbus day weekend. other lower levels will be closed and there will be noboa or orange service on the weekend. service will resume on monday at midnight. >>> flooding tur
's as the north's next leader he took over when his father died in 1984. a cia officer now set to gain cross-country bike ride to commemorate one of the most serious blows the agency has taken n decades long history. you will report last december a jordanian agent detonated a bomb in afghanistan killing eight people. seven of those killed worked for the cia. now the former officer is pedaling from jacksonville, florida to san diego to help raise money for the cia officers memorial foundation. >> biking across the country was always on rob richards bucket list, with suicide bombing in afghanistan last december, the former cia officer and his wife kim finally have a reason to ride. >> these were people that i felt a real affinity for. this could have been me. this could have been me left behind and my children left behind. >> to me this ride about saying something to them. saying your family member was special. they loved you and they are doing something for their country. >> seven new stars for coast are chiseled into the memorial wall at cia headquarters. now there are 102 stars. each one fo
. gregg: last year you may recall in eastern afghanistan the cia suffering the worst blow in its long history. a trusted informant who turned out to be a jordanian double agent blew himself up at an outpost, killing seven cia agents last december. now, a former cia officer and his wife are coming out from behind the shadows to honor the victims and their families back here on u.s. soil. national correspondent catherine herridge is live in washington. catherine, why are they doing this cross country ride? >> reporter: well, they're doing the ride because in many respects, going across the country was always on the bucket list, but with the suicide bombing in afghanistan last december, the former cia officer and his wife had a season to ride. raising money for the cia families left behind after the seven were killed and ideally they want to raise money for two scholarships because many of the familiar less and officers' families are now missing moms and dads. >> these were people that i felt a real affinity for, that this could have been me, this could have been me left behind. and my c
from classified documents about classified operations along the afghan-pakistan border. 3,000-strong c.i.a. run afghan paramilitary force, not all that different from the afghan commando unit that nato is training for special forces operation inside afghanistan. paramilitary revealed by the "washington post" journalist and author bob woodward operates from pakistan into afghanistan. that could put service members and the allies at risk, but yet there hasn't been the outrage from the pentagon that occurred after wikileaks published pages of classified documents, some of which mentioned similar c.i.a. operations. >> the truth is they might already have on their hands blood of some young soldier or that of an afghan family. >> the white house and pentagon are viewing this publication by a washington insider differently. >> how is it different from the wikileaks publication? >> i can't say because i haven't read the book. >> reporter: adding -- >> the administration between this administration is as harm moinous as anyone i -- harmonious as any i experienced. >> reporter: the white house coope
that sought to deny the cia the right in essence to continue the rendition of the terrorism suspects. for now, the obama administration can still do that. we'll examine that at length tomorrow on countdown. worsts, and john ensign, next. hi, may i help you? yes, i hear progressive has lots of discounts on car insurance. can i get in on that? are you a safe driver? yes. discount! do you own a home? yes. discount! are you going to buy online? yes! discount! isn't getting discounts great? yes! there's no discount for agreeing with me. yeah, i got carried away. happens to me all the time. helping you save money -- now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> the man who blew valeri plame's cover, scooter libby, speaks out on the greatest injustice so far. what happened to scooter libby. >>> time for tonight's worst person's in the world. the wrong john king in china. she's sued 200 residents of that city after a street accident. i was walking on the foot path under the building, she says, and suddenly a heavy object hit my head. i remember nothing afterwards. it was a falling cat. she needed
? here is the state of play in america in september, 2010. the cia is out of the interrogation business in the war on terror. i say that boldly and prove me wrong. the cia, after the debacle we have had over abu ghraib, guantanamo bay, water boarding, you name it, is now in a position by executive order the cannot use the tools tt congre authorized in the detainee treatment act to deal with war terror prisoners. the enhanced interrogation techniques that was overwhelmingly passed by congress in the detainee to treatment act have been disallowed by the obama administration. that makes us less safe. to my friends on the right, there has to be something other than water boarding. there has to be some middle ground between the army field manual and water boarding. the army field matter was never written to be the end all of american interrogation. it was written for the army. that is why we call it the army field manual. and thos in the army to capture prisoners on the battlefield need to have guidance as to what to do with those prisoners so they do not get court-martialed. it was never me
, gates. i've known gates since he was bill casey's deputy in the cia in the '70s. and there's a fascinating story about gates' view of the world and sense of humor. in 1987 when i was coming out with the book "veil" about the secret wars of the cia during the reagan era, it was about to come out and the cia couldn't get a copy. gates called me up. he said, can we get a copy? we won't leak it to "the new york times." i said, fine, send somebody by to get it, come by my house. and he said, i'll come myself. and so he came. walked up on the doorstep. i gave him two or three copies. and he looked at me. and he said, sometime we have to have a talk about security. because obviously yours is better than ours. >> larry: we'll be right back. more on gates. more on lots of things. we'll enhave bob read an excerpt from the book. don't go away. skin absorbs it better and it lasts for 24 hours. later gator. lubriderm. your moisture matched. ♪ to connect our forces to what they need, when they need it. ♪ to help troops see danger, before it sees them. ♪ to answer the call of the br
in the cia in the '70s. >> larry: that's when i met him. >> and there's a fascinating story about gates' view of the world and sense of humor. in 1987 when i was coming out with the book "veil" about the secret wars of the cia during the reagan era, it was about to come out, and the cia couldn't get a copy. gates called me up. he said, can we get a copy? we won't leak it to "the new york times." i said, fine, send somebody by to get it, come by my house. and he said, i'll come myself. and so he came. walked up on the doorstep. i gave him two or three copies. and he looked at me. and he said, sometime we have to have a talk about security. because obviously yours is better than ours. >> larry: we'll be right back. more on gates. more on lots of things. we'll even have bob read an excerpt from the book. don't go away. in 2008 i quit venture capital to follow my passion for food. i saw a gap in the market for a fresh culinary brand and launched behindtheburner.com. we create and broadcast content and then distribute it across tv, the web, and via mobile. i even use the web to get paid. with acce
that the cia is running a secret paramilitary to force -- so his latest work is taken very seriously in washington. officials are already concerned that the cia is running a secret paramilitary force. a spokesman called it baseless and inflammatory. 40 years after watergate, when word is still making waves. >> our reporter in washington for as -- bob woodward is still making waves. >> our reporter in washington for us. let's go to new york with our correspondent. barbara, even in a time of austerity, the u.s. has to live up to its aid and given the responsibilities, but he seems to want nothing less than an entirely new responsibilities -- has to live up to its aid and other responsibilities, but he seems to want nothing less than new responsibilities. >> this is a much broader theme that it involves, trade policy and investment policy and things like that. instead of food aid, for instance, he might invest in the agricultural sector, and some have welcomed this more structural approach to trying to stop poverty, but it is said that president obama did not commit any new money to the
claimed they were kidnapped by the c.i.a. and flown to secret prisons. they tried to two jefferson for that company's part in cooperating with the c.i.a. >> some encouraging nothings on the economy. there's been a major drop in new unemployment claims. the labor department says 451,000 people filed new claims for unemployment last week. that's a drop of 27000 from the week before. economists had been predicting a much smaller decline. a separate report prompts some to predict the u.s. may avoid a double dip recession. >> how about the forecast. >> let's take a look at sfo where flight arrival delays have stopped. everything's running on time. you can see why, because of that sunshine. we'll talk about a warming trend through the weekend. >> mike thank you very much. >> plus an oakland landmark reopens today with a new name. >> and updating your facebook.com status while you drive. how g.m. is it working to make that reality. for constipation relief... nothing works better than miralax. it's the one. the one recommended by more doctors. only mir
they were kidnapped by the c.i.a. and flown to secret prisons. they tried to two jefferson for that company's part in cooperating with the c.i.a. >> some encouraging nothings on the economy. there's been a major drop in new unemployment claims. the labor department says 451,000 people filed new claims for unemployment last week. that's a drop of 27,000 from the week before. economists had been predicting a much smaller decli. a separate report prompts some to predict the u.s. may avoid a double dip recession. >> how about the forecast. >> let's take a look at sfo where flight arrival delays have stopped. everything running on time. you n see why, because of that sunshine. we'll talk about a warming trend through the weekend. >> mike, thank you very much. >> plus an oakland landmark reopens today with a new name. >> and updating your facebook.com status while you drive. how g.m. is it working to make that reaty. ♪ >>> we're gettg a preview today of a first of a kind toll lane coming soon to a stretch of 680 in the east bay. starting september 20th, solo commuters on the sunol grade will ha
and pornography. and next to me, mike baker, former cia operative and the president of diligence. he is so tough leather jackets wear him to look cool. and his op-ed page is filled with rage. it is our new york times cory spawnent did. good to see you, pinch. >> check out the op-ed. shut up, let me finish. discussing how madonna is the ultimate feminist. personally i think she is a harlet with a side order of tramp. >> good job there, champ. mahmoud was rude and didn't even get booed. he was reportedly greeted with some applause when he entered the u.n general assembly on thursday, and applauded again even after claiming most people believe the u.s. government was behind the attack on 9/11. we weren't, right? president obama responded calling the crack pote comments hateful and inexcusable, and then adding his beard is ugly and he smells like fish. so on friday the harry hump defended his logic in an interview. >> you punished americans well, but you insulted millions and millions of american biz claiming the u.s. government had a hand in 9/11. scwiet frank -- quite frankly, sir, how can you say
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of this house said about the cray, quote, misleads -- cia, quote, misleads us all the time. we have asked for an explanation. the chairman of the committee in october and the chairwoman of the committee -- of the subcommittee in 2009 said they were going to do a notification and a covert action investigation. as far as i can tell, it's never happened, it's not complete. almost a year now. to find out if there were problems with notification. if it was true that as the speaker claimed that the c.i.a. misleads us all the time. one time, one way we're providing or something that may serve as dealing with this allege by the speaker. at the same time, we have c.i.a. employees around the world who did what the administration asked them to do, what previous administrations notified congress they were doing about what they were going to do to keep america safe, that they notified and took congress through that in great detail and the people that went through that notification process in great detail, understanding that when they left, if they had a problem with what the administration a what now
college. steve ells, who founded the chain chipotle, graduated from the cia in 1990, and cat cora, known internationally as the only female iron chef on the food network's "iron chef america," also graduated from here in 1995. the greystone branch campus opened in st. helena in 1995 and has been continuously producing top-notch chefs. >> coming here to napa, california, there's fresh almost any kind of ingredient, produce, that you would want. fresh herbs--the herb garden here at cia is amazing. >> here, students cultivate edible flowers, vegetables, and fresh herbs. >> it's learning how tplant, what to plant, when to plant it. >> students feel, and i feel, that by producing our own ingredients, we can become better chefs. we'll get to learn a little bit about our food systems and how we interact with our food systems. we're in a unique position to do that. >> people come from all over the world, studying at the institute in the heart of the lush napa valley, getting an opportunity to learn how to grow, harvest, and market the produce. much of this early morning's harvest will be sold at
down. jorma, our lead guitar player, always thought that we were part of a cia lsd experiment. so that whenever we would go out across the country, they would go in ahead of us and tell the local police department, "don't arrest them; they're okay. "we got an eye on them. it's part of a program." 'cause we just got away with the most ridiculous kind of stuff. of course, even if you had that clearance from the cia, that didn't prevent certain police chiefs in certain towns from pulling the plug on the show, turning off lights. and when the police and-- or the church people or whoever would make a protest to us in contrast to the normal a.c.l.u. kind of approach, it would heighten our sales. and we would go out and debate with church leaders or politicians or policemen about this, that, or the other thing. and it would be like good publicity, really. even going to jail-- the few minor times that we were put in jail-- it got written up in all the papers. and so there was no conscious effort to create some problem for anybody, other than the usual of just being. we were just doing wha
a woman with an iq of just 72. >>> plus, new details about how the cia is waging war against alcada and the taliban in afghanistan and then a little bit later, courtney hazlett has the scoop on what joaquin phoenix had to say to david letterman. o make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a liquid gel. zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. comes iso i taked gel. one a day men's 50+ advantage. as a manager, my team counts on me to stay focused. it's the only complete multivitamin with ginkgo to support memory and concentration. plus vitamin d to help maintain healthy blood pressure. [ bat cracks ] that's a hit. one a day men's. >>> developing right now for you the food and drug administration has just ruled that they will allow the diabetes pill avandia to stay on the market but stay on with restrictions. fda panel recommended in july that avandia stay on the market but with additional warnings to be placed on its label. >>> the state of virginia is now preparing to execute a woman for the first time in nearly a
to deny the cia the right in essence to continue the rendition of alleged terrorism suspects and imprisoning and interrogating them in other countries. for now the obama administration can still do that. we'll examine that at length tomorrow on "countdown." >>> "worsts" and john ensign next. did you know - after age forty, your body can lose up to eight percent of muscle per decade? try... each serving provides twenty-six vitamins and minerals. plus it has fifteen grams of protein to help maintain muscle. compare it to the leading competitor. boost high protein also has calcilock blend, with calcium and vitamin d to help maintain strong bones. get complete, balanced nutrition so you can stay active. try boost high protein. also available in powder. this has been medifacts for boost. but now, to get it really cooking, you need a little website development. some transparent reporting, so you know it's working. online ads and 1-on-1 marketing consultation. yellowbook's got all that. yellowbook360 has a whole spectrum of tools. the perfect recipe for success. visit yellowbook360.
court dismissing a lawsuit that had sought to deny the cia the right in essence to continue the rendition of alleged terrorism suspects and imprisoning and interrogating them in other countries. for now the obama administration can still do that. we'll examine that at length tomorrow on "countdown." >>> "worsts" and john ensign next. financing their fleet, sharing our expertise, and working with people who are changing the face of business in america. after 25 years in the aviation business, i kind of feel like if you're not having fun at what you do, then you've got the wrong job. my landing was better than yours. no, it wasn't. yes, it was. was not. yes, it was. what do you think? take one of the big ones out? nah. [ both screaming ] i got into one of the most expensive schools in the country! [ male announcer ] when stress gives you heartburn with headache... alka-seltzer gives you relief fast. [ low male ] plop, plop. [ high male ] fizz, fizz. and then there's most complete. like what you get from centrum ultra men's. the most complete multivitamin for men. it has antiox
news tonight of a federal appeals court dismissing a lawsuit that had sought to deny the cia the right in essence to continue the rendition of alleged terrorism suspects and imprisoning and interrogating them in other countries. for now the obama administration can still do that. we'll examine that at length tomorrow on "countdown." >>> worsts and john ensign, next. [ whistling ] [ dog barking ] [ sniffing ] [ male announcer ] missing something? like 2 pairs of glasses for $99.99 at sears optical, with bifocal lenses for just $25 more per pair. hurry in to sears optical today and don't miss a thing. >>> the man who blew the cover, scooter libby, finally speaks out on the greatest injustice thus far, namely what happened to scooter libby, next. first get out your pitch forks and time for tonight's worst persons in the world. in china, she has sued 200 residents after a street accident. i was walking on the foot path under the building and suddenly a heavy object hit my head she says. i remember nothing afterwards. the heavy object was in fact a falling cat. she needed hospitalization an
. we have news on who could replace him. >>> terror targets. the cia ramps up missile strikes in remote pakistan, fearing a new terrorist plot is in the works, targeting europe. bob woodward is here for an exclusive, live interview. >>> wild weather, coast-to-coast. l.a.'s hottest day ever. 113 degrees melts everything in sight. as parts of the east coast, see ten inches of rain. >>> watchful eye. sarah palin cheers on her daughter, bristol, on ""dancing with the stars." and we hear a shocking revelation from jennifer grey. you'll hear from both of them this morning, right here. yeah. talk about revolutielations. how often do you hear someone say "dancing with the stars" saved their life? >> that's a first. >> we'll get to that later in the broadcast. >>> first, a lot of big stories coming up. starting with the latest change at the white house. president obama's top aide, his chief of staff, is said he is likely leaving at the end of the week. family consideration prevent a final decision. >>> also, there's news out of pakistan, where the cia is intensifying a bombing campaign against t
of afghanistan, the cia suffering its worst blow in the agency's long history. a trusted informant who turned out to be a overdane why double agent blew himself up, killing 7 agents. now a cia agent and miss wife are coming out from behind the shadows to honor the victims. why are the richards riding across the country today. >> reporter: they are bike across the country. it was on hi chards' bucket list. but with the deaths last september, they had a reason to ride. the couple wants to raise enough money for two scholarships. many of these families are now missing moms and dads. >> these are people i felt a real affinity for. this could have been me left behind. and my children left behind. >> too me this ride is about saying something for them. they loved you and they are doing something for their country. >> reporter: they finish in san diego october 27. since they put up their web site they have got a lot of response severe from families who had a member there and they will be picking up different sections of the ride. rick: there will be money raised for a cia officer's memorial fund. >> rep
of the response that they received from the c.i.a. the answer is no, that's not happening. but here it is. the response is our record systems are not configured in a way that would allow us to perform a search robably calculate -- reasonably calculated to lead to responsive records; therefore, we must decline to process your request. the c.i.a. can't search their records? that is what you came up with? that's it? that's not helpful. we contacted the c.i.a. they responded to us saying that me being on the list is absurd. okay. great. but can you tell me about the rest of the list. this ain't about me. i really don't think i'm on the assassination list. right? if they wanted to kill me, cass sunstein would come up with a new regulation called cash for fried foods. it'd be dead in a week. aclu and center for constitutional rights went after this information. they were stonewalled by the white house. where is the media on this? no president in american history has had american citizens on an assassination list. we do not assassinate american citizens. i don't care how ugly they are. i don't c
york police department's massive anti-terror efforts. bob baer and reu marc gerecht are former cia operative officers. and both have written extensively on all these issues since then. falis ghergis is a professor of politics at the london school of economics. welcome to all of you. richard falkenrath, how would ? you answert thaquestion? are we safer than we were nine years ago when al qaeda attacked the united states? >> we here in the united states are much safer. al qaeda still exists, but it's been massively damaged through nine years of an onslaught against them. our defensive abilities here in the country, our law enforcement is much better, there's no question we're safer. >> bob, you were in the field when al qaeda was growing. it was often a kind of an under-the-radar screen phenomenon. a t of countries didn't take it very seriously. what is your sense nine years after 9/11? >> well, i think we're a lot safer inside this country, and i think there's a lot of middle eastern countries that are safer today. let's talk saudi arabia, a country that i haven't been very favorab
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's on a cia military hit list to be killed or captured. al awlaki's father is suing the u.s. from going after him. the u.s. secretary of defense, director of national intelligence and director of the cia want that lawsuit dismissed. our pentagon correspondent chris lawrence is watching the developments from washington. what are these national security concerns these officials have. >> reporter: yeah, fredricka. you've got national security on one side. some groups contend you have basic rights of an american on the other. here is what it boils down to. you mentioned why the government wants awlaki, they say he not only recruited the nigerian man who tried to blow himself on the airline that landed in detroit on christmas day he also exchanged e-mails with nadal hassan, the chaplain who opened fire and killed numerous people at ft. hood. al awlaki is not shy about saying he's planning and plotting attacks on the united states. they want him. they have targeted him. his father makes the point that he is a u.s. citizen and the u.s. government does not have a right to target its own citizens for
: thank you live from capitol hill. the c.i.a. stepping up attacks against mill taps inside pakistan. if you think there is not a war look again. these strikes could be an effort to stop potential plots against the unit united kingdom and europe. stay tuned. @k@k@k@k@k@k@k >> the president of afghanistan crying in reaction to the violence saying it is keeping children from attending school and could force people to leave his country. a reported suicide bomb killed a deputy governor on the way to work. and his son, his nephew and a bodyguard. after during a national televised speech the president karzai broke down in tears calling the taliban his country men and urged them to "do not destroy your own soil." i am scared. i am scared that maybe my son will leave afghanistan and abandon the country and become a foreigner for the sake of god, stop it. i don't want my son to be a former. he told afghans not to use the war as an excuse to let their country fall apart. >> fox learned that the c.i.a. has stepped up its missile attacks in the tribal regions of pakistan where militants are hi
mon. the associated press is reporting a torture and former cia officer has returned to the agency as a private contractor. the officer identified only as "albert," was accused of revving an electric drill and holding an unloaded handgun near the head of a prisoner at a secret cia jail in poland. he left the cia after being reprimanded but has since returned as a contractor to train other operatives and conduct intelligence work. and los angeles, protesters and police officers have clashed for two consecutive days of the fatal shooting of a guatemalan immigrant. police say they killed the 37- year-old man after he refused to drop a knife and lunged at three officers. he was a day laborer and a father of three children. on tuesday, 22 people were arrested after protesters clashed with police officers near where the shooting occurred. the u.s. government is facing a lawsuit seeking to in searches of international travelers laptop computers and other electronic devices without probable cause. tuesday, the american civil liberties unionnd tther oups fileduit asking a judge to declare t
. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the c.i.a. has drastically increased bombing campaign in the mountains of pakistan in recent weeks. according to the new york times" the cia has launched at let 20 attacks with armed drone aircraft so far in september, the most ever during a single month. according to one pakistani intelligence official, the recent drone attacks of not killed any senior taliban or al qaeda leaders. many senior operatives have already fled the region to escape the c.i.a. drone campaign. mean what come u.s. apache attack helicopters have carried out at least three airstrikes inside pakistan in recent days, killing more than 70 alleged militants. pakistan criticized the nato operation saying the attack hecopts illegally entered pakistani airspace, but pentagon official said the strikes were done in self-defense. while the u.s. regularly uses pilotless drone aircraft for missile strikes in pakistan, manned military flights across the border have been rare up until now. a u.s. soldier charged with murdering civilians and other crime
. the director of the cia. a former chief of staff. knows washington inside and out. but very happy at cia director. >> that's a tough gig to give up, but i have heard through the grapevine, she one of those if the president asks, he'll do whatever the president asks. >> so that will be the speculation through the next couple of days. >>> all eyes are on the governors race in california. and the first debate between candidates meg whitman and jerry brown tonight. she is of course, the ebay exec who spent millions of her own fort town win. he's the longtime politician who is a household name in california. mark murray is nbc news's deputy political director. so this is the first chance we get to see these candidates in action in a debate. >> absolutely is avanna. the california governors race is shaping up to be one of the most competitive and contrasting races this entire cycle. on the one hand you have former california governor jerry brown who has held almost every elective political office in the state as the democratic nominee. on the other hand you have former ebay executive meg whitm
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to such a weapon like this. it is a humiliating failure on the police department's part, it even the fbi, cia, and the military, who i have been contacting three times per day, and nothing is being done. i don't understand why nothing has happened. what is going on? i don't know. i really cannot say. why hasn't anything been done about such a dangerous weapon that we are all exposed to? if you don't understand, simplify, they can attack your mind from very far away -- attacked it and change your thoughts, stop your thoughts, and apparently a lot of people who have left, come here, spoken about it, complained about it, and everything like that. if you cannot protect yourselves -- i cannot protect myself against that. it is more deadly than a handgun. it is a deadly assault on people, using dangerous weapons. aside from this, the main part in all of this, i have spoken to kelly dunne. she has been affected by the weapon. aside from this, james ramsay i think could be affected by the weapon. he is out of the office now, looking into this. and jim, who has not investigated the matter for eight mo
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